Sorry I've been neglecting this tumblr lately.
The leftover photos from Strange Daze are scattered all over my hard drive and the internet, and I’ve slowly been pulling them together, but they’re hardly in any sort of order even now, and sometimes it’s tough to remember what I even put in the book, compared to what constitutes an outtake. Regardless, I’m gonna post a shitload of pics right now, and assuming I can figure...
hugel asked: I believe the Pyramid was the home to an early incarnation of Diversity Thrift, correct? I also believe from seeing them over there, that it is now the home of Gwar's Slave Pit. Although, perhaps they wouldn't want that info getting out there.
Where all of this happened/what is there now:
The original site of Casablanca was the corner of Broad and Laurel St. Casablanca moved to a building on Grace St. between 1st and 2nd St in 1983, and the club where Casablanca had been became Rockitz. Rockitz changed its name to the Metro around 1991, then was closed down for firecode violations in 1995. It was eventually split into two different businesses, one of which is now operated under the...
Soundtrack to Strange Daze: Richmond Hardcore... →
1. Beex - He Obliterates Me (B-side of Beat Beat single, 1980) 2. Red Cross - Fed Up (1982 live recording with Crispy on vocals, eventually released on White Cross discography CD, 1995) 3. Graven Image - Dear Abby (from Kicked Out Of The Scene EP, 1984) 4. Honor Role - Livin In The 60s (original 3-piece lineup, Pen Rollings on lead vocals/guitar. From Your Skull Is My Bowl, split cassette...